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Q&A: Planning in the Isle of Man

Words: Simon Wicks
Isle of Man landscape

The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown Dependency in the Irish Sea, with its own Parliament and laws. How does its planning system differ from the rest of the British Isles? What are the major issues confronting planners on the island? We asked Sarah Corlett (SC), principal planner in the Isle of Man's Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture

The Isle of Man is a Crown Dependency and planning is a devolved power. What’s the legislative framework within which you work?